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Dawn   virginia beach, Virginia

10/8/2014 3:36:04 AM

Mark,

I also had a problem with my dog backing out of his collar. I felt if I went tighter with his collar, it would choke him. I left his collar as is and now when I walk him, I use his leash and a choker chain. when he tries to back out, his collar tightens and he realizes he cannot do so. He has stopped backing out of his leash but now we are working on not pulling when we walk. I am going to try the tip above which says to stop walking until his leash loosens to see how that works. I am keeping my fingers crossed!

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Mark S   Colorado Springs, CO

9/27/2014 4:27:48 AM

All great advice.But how do you stop them from backing out?

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Eileen - 249708   Port Perry, ON

8/2/2014 5:26:26 AM

Having your dog walk with a lose leach is well worth the work.

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diannamcheck   Wood River Junction, RI

7/30/2014 11:31:04 AM

I will be trying these suggestions. We just welcomed a wonderful Beagi into our family yesterday and he is a puller. His nose hits the ground and he is ready to move as fast as he can.

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player   Anaheim, CA

12/26/2013 10:21:12 PM

great advice

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angelskodiak   Saginaw, MI

12/22/2013 5:07:58 AM

With my Great Dane mix puppy Loki, we went and got a gentle leader to have him wear and he does exceptional with it. And we have even been able to walk him without it a few times now and he is not pulling. I think this article was a lot of help.

Showed me that I was doing it right when I would stop walking when he started pulling. But with the gentle lead he will still pull when he gets excited and that is when I will stop walking. His actions followed what was in the article.

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Marisa   london,

12/17/2013 11:07:57 AM

thx realy helped my puppy is realy good on leash now

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Christine   Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania

8/22/2013 1:56:41 PM

Yes, this is the way a dog understands what YOU want. Amazing though, many people find this to be too tedious. I train dogs and I use this technique myself. Training is repetitious, and you must be consistent. What most people don't realize is, most dogs learn this rather quickly IF you are consistent and never let them win the pulling game.

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BusyMama   Tampa, FL

7/31/2013 7:36:44 PM

Great Tips...Just what I needed.

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Selena   El Paso, Texas

7/28/2013 3:53:35 AM

This really works!! I used the same technique on my 90 lb German Shepherd Dog and he barley ever pulls now!

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Lauren - 218178   Clovis, CA

7/25/2013 1:42:56 PM

Wow, this is really smart! I'll have to see if it works. :-) I'm sure it will!

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Becca and Decks   Templeton, PA

7/12/2013 8:34:03 PM

This really works? I'll have to try it.

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Katy_Dog   Kalamazoo, MI

6/28/2013 10:18:49 AM

I think one issue, like it said, kinda, is that a dog is not exercised enough. So then when a dog does get out they pull. Then the owner doesn't want to walk the dog more, thus causing a chain
reaction.
Dog didn't get exercised a lot?dog finally gets a walk but tugs like crazy (out of lack of exercise)?owner can't stand getting tugged hence, walks dog less?turns a nice dog to walk with into a
terror
Moral of story, exercise your dog before thinking your dog is just wanting to tug.

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Sarah - 243618   Port Charlotte, FL

5/1/2013 2:46:51 PM

Our dog use to pull a lot. I tried everything to get him to walk properly. Unfortunately we were not communicating very well. But as soon I found a method that communicated to him what I wanted, I no longer had any problems.


I find stopping and saying "Uh oh" worked really well. I have also used turning around and walking in the opposite direction.

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Jeanne   sergeant. Bluff, Iowa

4/26/2013 1:59:05 PM

Good idea

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Stephanie - 141730   North Canton, OH

1/14/2013 5:41:32 PM

My pom pulls. This was great information - very helpful! Thank you!

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Sara Furlong   Sherrill, New York

1/8/2013 8:29:47 PM

If you have a puller, I recommend trying a Rokstraps leash! I was recently given one and it is awesome and doesn't hurt the dog at
all!

http://plushpuppyusa.com/Leashes-Exercise-Them/C10- 5_1/

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david   lakewood, California

12/24/2012 1:58:44 AM

I have a 2yr. old american pitbull. he always tries pulling me when i take him walking..i've changed from a chocker collar 2 one like it.but this one has like spikes but not sharp points on them 2 get his attention.it doesnt hurt him..i bought it at petsmart.it seems 2 help.

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